Aneka Lovina Beach Hotel
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Very nice accomodations. I would stay there again.
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... getting amorous, eugh) on my terrace. So far they haven't stolen anything but there's always time. As you're walking down the street here, if you're not being asked 'Taxi?' despite being 10 feet from your destination, you're invariably being invited for a massage. I finally caved on the latter and had the most amazing 90 minute massage and scrub for £6. Although lovely, it was also a slightly unnerving process, as ...
... it would use a large motor boat with outboard motors that would transport us speedily and comfortably across to Menjangan. The reality was a little different! Okay, a lot different. It was a well worn, fishing boat; the paint peeling and decorating our bodies with little pieces of paint wherever we touched it's decaying wooden surface. When Wayan, our "captain" wasn't ferrying divers to the reef he was fishing or farming! Juni, our guide and his sidekick Kadek were more ...
... our boat met back up with us.
We moved to a new spot and before heading back in we had nasi campur for lunch - white rice with an assortment of sides. Unfortunately, it was too spicy for me to enjoy so I only ate a bit, plus some bananas to tide me over. We went back in the water, this time out a bit deeper. We were higher above the corals than we had been before, so it was good to be able to dive down to see them better. I was ...
... too much free-diving! I commend him for his selfless efforts, but unfortunately, it didn't work. While snorkeling, we did find some Nemos, though! The guide pointed out some anemones and would wave his hand through it until the clown fish came out. It was pretty cool!
Also exciting, I was attacked by marine life twice! So I was just swimming along, minding my own business, when I saw a big 'ol fish (a Trigger Fish, as I found ...
Arrived in Bali 24 hours and one day later on Wednesday the 23rd. Arrived at our beautiful accommodations in Ubud, we have a house boy named Aris and a cook name Murdi and a wonderful woman from New Zealand named Janny to help us coordinate everything about our stay. Our villa overlooks beautiful rice patties and it couldn't have been more perfect a temple ceremony ...